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“I mean if you flat-out talk about, ‘Well, we’re going to go and shoot a sequence where I am surprised about…’ I mean, there you go. I think what’s sort of telling in an article from Radar Online, they quote her and I think one of the issues, that’s so surprising here, is that she seems so outspoken about ‘this is all real, this is real for me, this is my reality…
This might be your reality, I don’t doubt that you’re living this but that doesn’t mean it’s actually real.” But the “Real Housewives of Orange County” aren’t the only ones staging scenes, speculated Valerie Greenberg, who runs Youve Been